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A four season city should be temperate in spring, warm in the summer, have bright leaves in autumn and white fluffy snowfall in winter. Montréal is a Canadian city that delivers all this..
Many tourist-friendly destinations beckon to the imagination by appealing to one's sense of wonder and discovery, but few are as innately captivating as Québec City. This fortified city on..
Extending over 2.5 km, the recreational and tourist Park at the Quays of the Old Port offers a variety of outdoor activities to suit all tastes, including cruises, tours, exhibitions..
Just minutes from the city centre, in the middle of the mighty St. Lawrence River, sit two island retreats. In summer and winter, Montrealers arrive to enjoy their paths and extensive..
There is no place more conducive to a dreamy step back in time than the romantic district of Old Montreal. Its cobblestone streets have witnessed the passage of time for more than 360..
Old Quebec, a UNESCO world heritage treasure, is alive with history.
See for yourself with a visit to the Fortifications of Quebec and the Citadel, the city's two main defensive..
Multi-coloured houses, outdoor staircases and small shady streets are all part of the Plateau-where the country's greatest concentration of artists resides. Home to young professionals and..
Get going! Whether you do it on foot, roller blades, or bicycle, there's a network of trails out there-winding through the Old Port and along the Lachine Canal. It's a great way to get a..
A symbol of the city's openness and joie de vivre, the Village is the preferred locale for thousands of gay and lesbian visitors, who come to relax and enjoy the endless possibilities...
Hochelaga-Maisonneuve has a rich past but an even more promising future. Its cultural and recreational activities include public markets, converted warehouses and factories, and impressive..
Quebec City's Old Port has always been a hive of activity, from its heyday in the 19th century as one of the world's five biggest ports to its status today as a popular cruise..
Just 15 minutes from downtown Quebec City, opposite Montmorency Falls, Ile d'Orleans is definitely worth a visit! Driving across the only bridge, visitors are quick to fall under the spell..
The Old Limoilou neighborhood continues to grow in popularity. In summer, head for the bike path and explore the banks of Riviere Saint-Charles. Stroll along the neighborhood's avenues and..
The province's Parliament Hill is dominated by the imposing Parliament Building, whose architecture is particularly stunning when lit up at night. Quebec's National Assembly has convened..
A trendy downtown neighborhood bustling with IT workers, merchants, students, residents, artists, and artisans, Saint-Roch was recently given a major facelift. Old factories, plants, and..
The historic district of Sillery is a residential and business neighborhood by the St. Lawrence River with some 350 buildings and scattered woodland. Maison des Jesuites de Sillery is a..
Dating all the way back to 1665, the Trait-Carre historic district is one of the best examples of the area's rich heritage. The district is one of a kind in Quebec due to its unique street..
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